Behind the SketchbookAnnette 'Nettie' Jane
Annette ‘Nettie’ Jane has always been creative but wasn’t allowed to go to college as a young lady. In this interview she talks of not feeling talented enough, even after winning a top award and how she’s now trying to make more of her art. Annette is living proof that it is never too late to follow your dreams.
How did you get into art and making?
What art do you like to make?
What materials do you use?
How would you describe yourself?
What or who inspires and influences your work?
How have you and your work changed over time?
What challenges have you faced along the way?
What has been your biggest achievement/s so far? No matter how big or small?
How did it feel to experience this achievement?
What difficulties, doubts or fears did you face and how did you overcome them?
What or who has helped you in your journey?
If someone could wave a magic wand and make amazing things happen for you, what would be your dream?
What is your biggest piece of advice for other artists?
“Practice really does make better, explore new mediums and try new techniques but overall have confidence in yourself and your art, not everybody will like it nor understand it but it is yours and your ideals and dreams so stick by it and enjoy the whole creative process.
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